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with a guru? >> this guy is in india. >> i'm not falling for it. >> suri cruise and katie holmes went to a fairy shop. suri is hanging out with the gnomes out front. there's a joke in there somewhere. >> david duchovny at lax. the camera guy says i have every episode of "red shoe diaries" on v.h.s. >> "red shoe diaries"? >> it's a softcore porn series. >> you record it and label it "star wars." >> congratulations! >> it's day two of "tmz" extensive coverage of the impending nuptials of khloe kardashian and lamar odom, or, as we call it, khlomardia. it's infectious. >> kobe going to be best man or what? >> the wedding is still on for sunday. you can buy them a blender at williams-sonoma and you know lamar is going to enjoy his single life while he still can. >> his bachelor party is hosted by joe francis tomorrow night at les deux. >> it says drinks, stripper poles, midgets. >> whoo! let's be p.c. here. they prefer to be called dancer poles. >> hosted by joe francis and rob kardashian. 0 below it, it remind you who he is. >> that's probably just for lamar. it's only know khloe for thre
a ver wendell holmes at this point late in his career out to lunch. they had had lunch and had returned to the capital where the supreme court was at the time. and the learned hands turned to oliver wendell holmes and said, well, sir, good-bye, do justice. and oliver wendell holmes spun around on him and described in different ways and different situation, turned on him fiercely, eyebrows bristling was one description, and said that as justice holmes said, that is not my job. my job is to play the game acourding to -- according to the rules. so which of the great judges had it right? does a distinct sense of judgment affect how you play the games by the rules. >> i think the story are possibly are possible because the learned hand that i studied played by the rules and did justice. >> i think the learned hand said later that he did it deliberately to be provocative. he knew he would have that kind of reaction from holmes. >> one of the great privileges was to ride in the back of the car while my judge drove the great learned hand home. and part of the story was that i wouldn't give it a
-winner in his hands and let it slip through his fingers. and he can't believe it. and now, like santonio holmes, all he can hope for is one more chance. >> al: and that will be the end of regulation right there. with the score tied at 10-10. >> cris: here we go with the old coin toss and both teams may not get an opportunity, i don't know about you, but i like the nfl's sudden death rules. i like the fact that on any play, once you get to overtime, it could end on that play. i know there are people who have opposing views on that. i like the system. >> al: yeah, i'm fine with it, too. i understand both sides of the argument here, but i think it works pretty well. the argument, of course, being if you lose the coin toss, you may not see the ball. so be it. it's up to the defense to do the job. >> cris: with these two defenses, it may be to an advantage. >> referee: we're going to play up to a 15-minute overtime period. the first team that scores will win the game. if neither team score, the game will be recorded as a tie. fourth quarter timing is neck. all replays will be initia
santonio holmes, all he can hope for is one more chance. >>l: and that will be the end of regulation right there. with the score tied at 10-10. >> cris: here we go with the old coin toss and both teams may not get an opportunity, i don't know about you, but i like the nfl's sudden death rules. i like the fact that on any play, once you get to overtime, it could end on that play. i know there a people who have opposing views on that. i like the system. >> al: yeah, i'm fine with it, too. i understand both sideof the argument here, but i think it works pretty well. the argument, of course, being if you lose the coin toss, you may not see the ball. so be it. it's up to the defense to do the job. >> cris: with these two defenses, it may be to an advantage. >> referee: we're going to play up to a -minute overtime period. the first team thascores will win the game. if nther team score, the game will be recorded as a tie. fourth quarter timing is neck. all replays will be initiated by the replay booth. you're the visitor, you'll make the call. 5 says tals. it's heads. pittsbu
at this morning's headlines in entertainment. still three months before the debut of the new sherlock holmes movie. brad pitt is in discussion to play the detective's infamous rival more artie. robert downey jr. plays holmes and jude law dr. watson. sarah michelle gellar and presidenty prinz jr. are the proud parents of a baby girl, the couple's first child. heather lock lear, who played a scheming ad executive in melrose place will play a new version of the same role in the new show. jennifer garner manages to do it all. seen here in a gucci gown at the hollywood premiere of her new film, the invention of lying, she volunteers for tasks, including cleaning toilets at dr. violet's boston elementary school. she said when husband ben of flex finishes his film, he's cooking macaroni and cheese for the school's wot luck. >>> from wesh 2 in orlando, florida, anda, an neural combin of social responsibility and raw capitalism. one so-called gentleman's club is offering an unusual service to its patrons. for the sixth year, the strip club is giving senior citizens free flu shots and compntary lunches. the
. back to you. >>> tonight the health care debate continues. dc delegate eleanor holmes norton will hold a meeting on health care reform for district residents. president obama will travel to college park, maryland on thursday. right now we welcome eleanor holmes norton with us. good morning. good to see you. on your website you are calling in the fact check town hall meeting for district residents you must bring proof of residencecy to attend the meeting. where will it be held and when. >> the department of commerce, 14th street near constitution avenue. doors open at 5:00. 6:00 to 8:00 and it is the first town meeting since the president joint congressional speech on that issue. >> an address. >> almost like a state of the union. >> it was. >> so we will get a real sense. this is a progressive district but i have had a lot of questions, as well. >> reporter: not only are you fact checking but you are giving people the opportunity to see people who would be affected one way or the other by health care. tell us about the people who will be there with you talking to those in the audience.
quarter. looking for san antonio holmes, the super bowl m.v.p. the titans answer a few minutes later. late in the first half. collins to justin gains open. inside, the titan's one-yard line. tripped and fumbles. jeff reid with a 33-year yard field goal. they loose a player to a spraned knee. the ravens kick off the season sunday against the chiefs. ed likes what he receives in the always improving football team. >> we understand this is a job but it's our profession to play food ball. it make it's easy for us to go out there and execute. the kick off last tight, what a crowd. great job. i'm excited. >> we asked this morning, how do you remember -- plan to remember the 9/11 attacks? >> i'll remember those 343 firefighters who lost their lives that day. send even post those all down the page of our website. >> an american car company is offering you the opportunity to take a very long test drive. a team in canada is becoming widely we'll update you on that >> three shoutings in north baltimore. the very latest
. >> thank you for joining us, we're back on monday. meanwhile t.j. holmes is in for rick sanchez. >>> the tea party is about to arrive in washington. but how much of this is really about taxes and how much is just plain hate? >>> riot police beat protesters in the streets. why would a conservative activist pose as a pump complete with a fake prostitute? it's all about busting this organization. >> you're gay, i'm not. >> you're not? >> he's also not here. but this is still your national conversation for friday, september 11, and it starts right now. >>> and good afternoon, everybody, i'm t.j. holmes sitting in today for rick sanchez, your next generation of news beginning right now. we have some brand new developments to tell you about on a story we have been following here on cnn. the conservative activist filmmaker who also poses as a pump. why would he do that? yes, a pimp complete with a fake prostitute. he did this to record two baltimore a.c.o.r.n. workers allegedly giving advice on how to avoid paying taxes on a prostitution ring involving underage girls. our abby boudreau
in justice holmes you wrote a senior essay about justice holmes. just turning into you, what pragmatism, in some sense, means to you in a constitutional context? is it identifiable in its own terms? >> there are two broad choices a pragmatic role. one is to look at a question pragmatically and say that i have all sorts of extra constitutional reasons for thinking the answer should be "a" rather than "b." i will answer on kind of a functional ground that gets me to whatever the better answer is. that is that kind of pragmatism and it is and how aesthetical to what we like to call principal judicial decision making. there is another kind of pragmatism. i guess it, too, is bipartisan. you recognize that all of the principles that we hold, and i'm talking about normative principles, propositions about what ought to be in the constitution, what the government ought to be, what ought to be done in situations implicating various civil liberties. all normative propositions constitutional and others, in my judgment, are essentially pragmatic in origin. no one and here's to a set of principles th
and more. and i think the democrats look bad on this issue. i mean even eleanor holmes norton, said why are we doing this. he apologized and we have more important things to talk about. and from the american voter, they're looking at he's apologized and let's move on. i think that's the problem. they want to take out an knowns of flesh on this and that's wrong. >> i'm going to do what you just said. you have rush limbaugh beating up on this. he's calling him a hero. now, please. you have john hanidy and the right wing, it's not like who is keeping this alive. that i think is a bigger problem. >> but these guys are entertainers, these are talk show guys. this is a member of congress who did something wrong on the floor of the house of representatives. he apologized and called the president to apologized. >> all of these clowns should apologize. but my point on this is very simple and i know you want to talk about other things, just go to the well of the house and apologize. >> leave it alone. >> even kenye apologized three times. >> and serena williams. >> and that wasn't an apology when
an eye on that story. that does it for us. t.j. holmes in for rick sanchez right now. >>> bad boys make headlines all the time, but serena? >> what did i say? you didn't hear i? >> has a female athlete every behaved this badly? and that's not nice, and can we all agree, neither is this. so we'll ask it again, what has happened to civil discourse in american politics? >>> and on what would have been her wedding day, a bride found dead, her remains in a wall on campus. we're all over this story as police focus on finding a killer. >>> tear gas, demonstrators, all the ingreed yes, sir of las fotot del dia. 6 the conversation begins right now. good afternoon, i'm t.j. holmes sitting in today for rick sanchez. we begin with the yale university missing persons case. that's what it was the last thing you want in a missing persons case was for the police to come out and say they have found a body. well, they have. they found it close to where the young woman was last seen some six days ago. they also found clothes, blood. they're still not saying officially that they have recovered the body of
at the devastating flames in georgia. biden took a helicopter ride to survey all of the damage. hundreds of holmes are still under water. the vice president says it may take time but the white house is ready to help those in the flooded -- those of the flood displaced. >> we are going to have people come to see you, go see your holmes while you are here, to get you relocated as quickly as we can. >> after surveying the damage, the vice president said that seven counties in georgia now qualify for federal assistance. >>> it happened to all of us. driving along and all of a sudden your car starts making a funny sound or strange light appears on your dashboard. what's the problem? these days you may be able to find out the answer before you even take your car to the mechanics. liz crenshaw has more on cracking the code to your car. >> reporter: this 2004 chevrolet malibu has a problem. how do we know that? because we broke it. or rather the good mechanics of precision auto in germantown, maryland, broke it on purpose. >> unplug unof the sensors on this car and set a check engine light. >> reporter: t
sehuda, jacqu joyner-kersee and april holmes. they told the kids how important it is to get involved in athletics and how much fun it can be. holmes showed off her prosthetic leg to inspire children even if they have a disability. kids got a chance to touch holmes gold medal. >> what a thrill. let's get the word on the weather. we've got changes blowing in, folks. bob ryan joins us from the storm center. >> hi, jim. compared to yesterday, our temperatures, you can see where that northeasterly breeze in annapolis, about the same temperature as down in culpeper. winchester in the mid 70s. there are showers, too. there you can see what there are of them. there is a batch forming out toward parts of montgomery county into loudoun county, too. there will be a few sprinkles overnight tonight. we'll continue to see the clouds around. heading out to school tomorrow morning and to work, temperatures will be around 60 degrees. rather cool. then the next four days for tomorrow, a the lot of clouds. on and off sprinkles, nothing too heavy. with that east/northeasterly breeze, the weekend looks f
, chuck. >>> the red cross is stepping in to help hundreds of maryland families whose holmes were flooded when a massive water main broke. the six-foot wide main broke late yesterday afternoon in dundalk. it caused major floogd and many residents had to be rescued from water chest-deep in and areas. the water receded and turning their attention from getting people out of the area to getting them back in their holmes. >> reporter: danger is over and cries sis over. and now is the job which we are all ready to do and doing it to the to get people back. >> maryland senator mikulski called yesterday's break a disaster. >>> there hasn't been a water main break like this in maryland since the one in bethesda last year. a water main break flooded river road just a couple of days before christmas. rescue crews had to pull drivers from their cars stranded in rushing water. that water main on river road was only 66 inches. the one that that burst into done talk was 72 inches. >>> new information about a deadly fire in prince george's county. firefighters tell us they believe it was arson. they resp
rolling into the first floor of holmes. returning home from work, robert knight could not get to his hoe in the turner station neighborhood. >> you can't walk, can't drive. this is about the closest we can get. and they make you turn back around. >> reporter: at a press conference officials promised help with the cleanup and what are likely to be thousands of insurance claims. >> we do have a shelter already established at the senior center. anybody who is without power or concerned about staying in their home can call 410-887-7233. transportation if you need transportation will be arranged. >> we are here to make sure the -- whether it is national guard or anything else that jim smith has whatever assets he may call upon from the state of maryland to assist the hard-working people of dundalk as we get through this tonight. >> there hance been a water main break like this one in since last year. rescue crews had to pull drivers from their cars stranded in the rushing water. that water main break on river road was only 66 inches. the one that burst in dundalk was 72 inches. >>> before han
holmes who is with the canine unit, thank you for coming out with us this morning. and i want to hear about the elite member of your team. >> this is our dog on the department since 2007 and so we've been a partner for a couple of years and i've gone on some pretty good calls. >> sergeant holm will not bag, booze back up, because -- because he's on the canine team. they work on finding human scent. >> reporter: good. because if you said only cadavers, i would worry about the role i was to play. >> and that's a live person. >> yes. and we'll have a couple of people walking in front of him and we'll signed where you are in the simulated building. and we'll put you in this blue barrel and he gets his reward in there and he'll come over and we'll do five barks. when you gives you five good barks, open the door and give him his reward toy and hold on. >> they don't bite, do they? >> just a tug. >> reporter: here is the toy. i hold this in? >> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: okay. how often does cosmo get called out? >> we get about 350 calls for service every year. we do everything from building
in justice holmes. you wrote a senior at say about him. -- a senior essay about him. what does pragmatism mean to you in a constitutional progress, and if it is an approach to deciding constitutional questions. >> there are two broad choices for a chromatic role -- for a prank magic world. -- a pragmatic role. one way is to say i have all sorts of constitutional reasons for thinking the answer should be a instead of b. i will answer on a functional ground that gets me to what ever that better answer is. that is that kind of pragmatism, antithetical to what we like call principled judicial decision making. there is another kind of pragmatism, and i guess it has two parts through the first is that pragmatism that recognizes all the principles we hold -- i'm talking about normative principles, propositions about what ought to be -- and the constitution is a set of principles about what ought to be, which the government ought to be, what ought to be done in situations indicating various litigation's -- all normative propositions, constitutional and others, in my judgment are essentials pragma
from julie andrews to katie holmes and renee zellweger to robin wright and julieann moore. congratulations. >> tomorrow on "extra," secret recordings. pouring his heart out about monthly monthly -- about monica lewinsky. >> cracked under all the pressure. >> bradley cooper's hot new one-night stand. tomorrow on "extra." >> "extra," get more. wherever celebrities go. "extra" and mario are there. >> good to see you. >> with more "raw" dish. >> an exclusive. >> more fan cam hookups. "extra,"'s go-to show for more. tested to withstand the unexpected. a hint of calla lily. beautiful moments are born in the shower. a new diamond infused sensation. new touch of sparkle cream oil body wash from nivea. touch and be touched. >> bill clinton's secret recordings. pouring his heart out. >> cracked under all the >> what's the big question everyone's been asking since they decided to do a "melrose place" again? will hearth locklear do the show? -- will heather locklear do the show? >> ok, we're just going to say it. the [beep] is back. pardon our french, but believe it. blood-suck addict
home, i will lose the ability to care for my daughter. >> the concerned d.c. delegate eleanor holmes addressed the town hall meeting tonight. she said compromise is the only chance at making reform a reality. >> we cannot let t bill go down this time. >> speaking to the afl-cio labor union, president obama today emphasized the urgency. a call to action that howard university community is taking to heart. they're passing out fliers and encouraging students to contact their legislators. hundreds gathered today to form a rally. recent college graduates nationwide are struggling to find jobs. craig allen recently spent a week in a hospital and learn how expensive health care can be pureed but my bill was nearly $20,000 and i do not -- how expensive health care can be. >> my bill was nearly $20,000 and i do not have health care. >> on thursday, they will join with students from several other local colleges to hear the president speak at the university of maryland. >> tonight, the new swine flu vaccine is one step closer to reaching the public. the fda approvedç the new vacce earlier tod
and is expected to begin at 11:00 a.m. >>> thank you. also d.c. representative eleanor note -- eleanor holmes norton will have a town hall, taking questions all ended u.s. department of commerce auditorium. one more note, abc 7 will try to answer some of your questions tomorrow night. leon harris and i will host a live one-hour special called " critical condition." that is wednesday at 8:00 p.m. >>> police and montgomery county are searching for a missing 11- year-old girl. she was last seen in her home on sunday morning in the 13,300 block of wedgeport lane in germantown. hispanic, 5 feet 2 inches tall. there are no sounds of sign -- foul play. >>> in about two weeks the district is ending most of its car safety checks. the idea is to save money but critics wonder at what cost to safety. cathy parker gives a firsthand look at the possible and back. >> in just minutes, at the end of the routine vehicle inspection in d.c. took a turn for the worst. listen as the wheels and the car next to the station wagon screeches wildly. this is what the cameras captured seconds later. >> moved out the way.
's future. joel brown, cbs news, huang. >>> dc delegate eleanor holmes norton is sponsoring a health care reform town hall meeting this evening. it is designed specifically for district residents and proof overinsures dense is required. she talked about the event on our 9:00 a.m. newscast. this will be a town hall meeting by my constituents. >> it will be at the department of commerce on 14th street northwest an doors open at 5:00 p.m. you can learn by going to our website at wusa9.com. >>> it is a busy day for president obama. he just wrapped up a visit with automakers in warren, ohio. the general motors plant called back more than half of the 2,000 workers it laid off last year. the president is now on the way to pittsburgh to address an afl- cio convention. >>> a special task force is recommended that the nation's terror alert system be altered. there are five colors in the system but they suggest just three color threat levels. the system was put in place after the 9/11 attack. it was designed to help emergency spongedders. >>> iraqis are celebrating the release of the jailed journali
on gilmore street at 1:30 this morning. officers say 25-year-old jamal holms shot in the head and rushed to the hospital where he died. >>> unemployment took a major jump in the month of august. jobless rate rose from 9.4 to 9.7% in august. the 26 year high. now when you include people who have given up looking for work or people who want full-time work but settling for part-time jobs the under employment rate is 16.8%. but there is little good news tonight. fewer jobs were cut. >> when you look back at january where we were, we were losing jobs about 700,000 and now we are down to about 216. >>reporter: in a healthy economy employers need to add about 125,000 jobs a month to keep the unemployment rate stable. >>> university maryland college park is feeling the financial pinch now days. normally the university receives appeals from 300 students who say they need more financial aid. in the first eight months of this year that number is 5 times higher with about 1500 piece. in fact a final aid director closed her office to visitors on wednesday just so her staff could catch up on all
, but wes holmes ended it with a pinch hit homer to left before marlins walk off with the win 8-7. >>> at the u.s. open, top ranked and five time defending champion roger federer cruised to rick victory in straight sets over the germany player. the win sets up a third round match-up with lleyton hewitt. >>> and on the women's side, both williams' sisters are through to the next round. second seated serena rolled over czink and venus beat matt ters-sands 6-4, 6-2. >>> when we return, another look at this morning's top stories and dropping the ball. how the sec filed to stop bernard madoff despite plenty of red flags. c'mon, c'mon! ♪ everyone's going to the sears labor day sale. hurry in for 50 to 60% off... tops for the family. plus, all jeans are on sale. get this serta abilene mattress for just $449.99... during our big mattress sale. and don't miss this 40-inch lcd tv. hurry, sale ends tuesday. sears. life. well spent. >>> on the cbs morning new, here's a look at today's weather. it will be another beautiful day from the great lakes to thunk coastline. more showers are likel
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bowl, he is going to mewelde moore and hines ward and it turns out it's holmes and then rodgers is not going to go to jennings, he is going to go to donald lee and guess what happens? >> jennings is always a good choice, you know? i've got to go back and clean up a little bit. i gave a lot of credit to joe philbin for that call. obviously mike mccarthy calling the plays as he did throughout the course of the night and they had a time-out and time to discuss it over there but one of those calls if you don't make that and you end up fourth and one and don't convert, it takes a lot of nerve in this newspaper and internet age to roll the dice like that, but, boy, when it pays off, it sure is fun to watch. >> plenty of fodder in chicago tomorrow. we go to arlington, texas, that is going to be great. giants and cowboys great but especially in that envinment. >> that stadium. it's like the eighth wonder of the world down there! they say the scoreboard is right in front of you. it goes 20 yard line to 20 yard line. can't wait to see it. >> see you from arlington,
welcome eleanor holmes norton and a look at community issues in montgomery and prince georges county. at the end of the week we celebrate greece. not the musical but the country. >> our weather will be fantastic. in the middle 80s today and tomorrow. watching for rain by thursday and hi there and hello for the girls that played for the first responders on saturday. i will have pictures on the noon show for remembering those who died at the pentagon. >> all right. we will see you again tomorrow at 4:55 a.m. have a great monday. (announcer) back to school means back to busy mornings. that's why i got them pillsbury toaster strudel. warm, flaky, pastry with delicious sweet filling my kids will love. plus i get two bonus box tops for their school. toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat. so i always have totino's pizza rolls. big pizza taste in a bite size roll that my kids can't resist. plus i get two bonus box tops for their school. totino's pizza rolls. the pizza way to snack.
on the losing end of the finance committee as they push to overhaul health care. horace holmes explains why. >> supporters of the so-called public option suffered serious setbacks as two amendments were defeated. >> in new government plan is nothing more than a trojan horse for a single payer system. >> they debated for two hours. >> there is no question that the public option would improve this bill. >> the final tally is eight ayes. >> democrats could not get enough support. democrat max baucus who has angered many on the left with his proposal that does not include a public option was among those who voted against it. he is now the target of a new advertisement. >> if you oppose giving families like mine the choice, i have to ask, whose side are you o >> another group is going after republicans, applying pressure to the public option. >> republicans are against a public option, doing it would eventually run private companies out of business -- arguing it would eventually run private companies out of business. >> millions of dollars in campaign advertisements. they are battling over the h
tonight to stop gang activity and restore peace to crofton. kathleen cairns reports. >> as the holmes family strolls along nantucket drive in crofton, they do not worry about gangs. but they hope that things get better by the time conner gets to school. >> i mean, you don't see kids walking around in gangs on the street. it was kind of out of the ordinary thing. >> chris jones was killed on the same street. tuesday morning, one of his accused killers, a 14-year-old, goes on trial for manslaughter. the other suspect, javille george will have a separate trial. the tragedy has raised questions about gang violence in this crofton community. >> we pulled him out of anne arundel high school five weeks ago, because we did not want him involved in the gang activity in that school. we put him in south river to prevent this from happening. and it followed him into the streets. >> we don't want to bury our children. our children should be burying us. it should not happen. it just should not happen. >> now, christopher's parents and pastor want to create a more positive place for teens. they are
of the border. >> reporter: for shona holmes, simple pleasures of playing with her dog and walking with her gift dog are a difficult gift. four years ago she was told she had a blap tumor, brain tumor. >> i realized after the surgery how bad my vision was. >> reporter: sona is canadian, but for her surgery he constituent to the u.s. because it would have taken four to six months just to see specialists in canada government-run health care system, the only option here. >> all my life i have lived in this country with public health insurance, and i always thought that i would be okay, that everything would be fine. so this is basically all of the surgery. >> reporter: shona's bills at the mayo clinic totaled $100,000. she borrowed from family and friends. >> and that is tragic, having dinner with my friends, and i know how much money i owe them. >> reporter: republicans in washington are seething on shona's story and other candidates from canada to warn about government-involved health care. dr. david zelt is chief of staff at the ontario hospital. gop senate leader mitch mcconnell used him as exh
as tomorrow. >>> d.c. congresswoman eleanor holmes norton is calling for presidential commission on security and freedom. she says it's needed to curb excessive security shutdowns of streets and federal buildings. the proposal came on the same day federal authorities asked for another traffic restriction in downtown d.c. tom sherwood is live with the story. >> reporter: treasury officials on 15th street had been asking that a little stretch of f street just up the block from here be made one way to discourage truck bombs. congresswoman norton is asking how much security is too much? a heavy police presence is common in d.c. these days, and tons of ugly security barriers fill walkways and streets all around town. >> is this good for deterring terrorists and keeping the street open? what i have found, tom, is no option gets explored except closing it down, shutting it off. the public paid for all of this. >> reporter: eleanor holmes norton, a senior member of committees on federal buildings and homeland security has had enough. >> we've got to stop telling people that we can't prevent everythi
. wi their books from your childhood that y included? >> let me think. obviously sherlock holmes. i talk about arthur conan doyle. and the father brown mysteries were among the first mysteries. in ft, i started off with sherlock holmes. i read agatha christie. somebody told me that crime and punishment was kind of a mystery murder story. that sounded it. i got it ready in three day that sort of wante to read and new series of grown-up books from that point on. it was really get. it really is a terrific mystery. >> in 2009 the book industry was going through some great changes. and your entire career is in books. how to you -- what do you see in the future for books as we begin the digital age? >> mixed feelings. i have grown up in the print culture. the coming from a working-class background, as for many generations before, books, be educated through books, it was the way up and out. whereas now computers seem to have replaced that and a lot of waste as a kind of key to success in multiple careers. but i love books andhe fie of them and the fact that there are different sizes. one o
will be watching that. >> and sherlock holmes. >> and guy richie directed that one. and after he married madonna, his movie career went downhill but hopefully it will come back. and he did a movie called rock 'n' roller with gerard butler but this is supposed to be a good one. and robert downey, jr., interviewed him lately and he was sporting a mustache and he was filming sherlock holmes. >> kevin, thank you very much. >>> and we are here with the executive chef and president of coachina. and for sauces for whole foods and the like. and this is one of the sauces with salmon and spinach. what are we doing? >> we'll get the pan hot and we'll sear the fish flesh side down for a few minutes and get a nice crust. about 2-3 minutes a side to get a nice crust on it. and then we'll start warming up our caper sauce. an we use ris ano capers. >> and you'll find this bottle, and that's why we're skipping this stuff. it's nice. it's healthy ingredient and you've didn't the work for us with the bottled product. >> correct. >> and which one was that? >> this is the tomato caper olive sauce. that is our number
for that one. >> a lot of people will be watching that one. and sherlock holmes, great actors. >> and guy richie directed it. he did a movie called reporter's notebook and roller recently. but this is supposed to be like his best movie. robert downey, jr., i was interviewing him and he had this mustache. i said why are you doing that. holmes. that is december 5th in theaters. >> very good. thank you so much. >> thank you so much. >> thank you both so much. >>> straight ahead, more on the swine flu fears. we'll hear why some searents refuse to get the kids that vaccine. we're back in two minutes. $5 for the sub, huh? what about the drink and the chips? extra. think a $5 sub is a good deal? it's time to unthink. kfc's new $5 fill-up boxes, each with a side... and medium drink for just $5 bucks. unthink. and taste the unsub side of kfc. this is fabulous! new kentucky grilled chicken! marinated and grilled to perfection... for that five-star, fall-off-the-bone taste. mix original and grilled in your bucket! taste the unfried side of kfc. with the full flavor of aft mayo with olive oil.
sherlock holmes. they're like poe's purloined letter hidden in plain sight. i look at these charts and i think, boy, somebody must know something i don't. maybe they've been talking to senators who just aren't on my rol-o-dex. first we'll look at the technicals and then the hunt is on. the hunt is on to find out what's driving the stocks lower from the fundamental point of view. charts that look like they fell down the ugly tree, got hit by the ugly stick and hit every single branch all the way down. why don't we take a look? first, unh, which my colleague dan fitzpatrick at real money, the paid site thestreet.com, which i'm chairman, said this is the worst chart in the book. that is like saying that's the worst book in the library. it's like the worst fantasy team in my league, which happens to be me. anyway. this is a stock that's been trending higher until it utterly broke down. will you look at this train wreck? look at this thing! okay. every time unh rallied up to $30, sellers had come in to take the stock back down. as it went higher, each low is generally higher than the last. se
. i'm betty nguyen. >> and i'm t.j. holmes. good morning. did you realize, it's grandparents' day. >> i did not realize. happy day to you. >> let's start with how not to behave, shall we? >> have you seen this? >> check it out. >> we'll show you the full video and the profanity-laced tirade of serena williams last night. a sad and embarrassing way for the match to end. >> in all reality, though, it was a bad call. not that it justifies anything, correct? >> no call that was bad. it was a bad call. >> but when you're about to be at match point and you get a bad call, it's going to send you into a space you don't want to be in. and today, she's probably not feeling so good about what happened. >> not quite apologetic just yet. we'll get into what happened last night at the u.s. open. >> yeah. >> and also, the ike anniversary. one year since hurricane ike roared into southern texas a prayer service taking place this morning. galveston, under seven feet of water when it happened. third worst hurricane in u.s. history. i went back to the city and talk to the mayor and i'll show kwhau t
saturday morning september the 19th i'm t.j. holmes. >> good morning, how are you doing? >> i got my rest, feeling good. >> it's hard when you get up so early. hopeful i you got some rest and happy rosh hoshanah. i do want to thank all of you for joining us today. let's get to some of our top stories today we'll be talking about. a 24-year-old afghan national out of denver, he has admitted ties to al qaeda. why are we talking about him? there is an investigation into a terror plot, major u.s. transportation systems may have been targeted. there's been increased security this morning. we'll delve into this investigation and why there's not been arrest in it. >>> this morning talking about education or the lack thereof, and maybe you would say some simple questions here maybe you all could answer. what are the two parts of the u.s. congress? how many justices on the supreme court. >> nine. >> who wrote the declaration of independence. these simple questions are questions that america's schoolchildren could not answer. you will be scratching your heads and alarmed at this new survey, how few
nguyen. >> and i'm t.j. holmes. it's grandparents day. happy grandparent days to all the grandparents out there. it's been kind of ugly at the u.s. open with the rain. >> weather wise, but things turned a little ugly on the court. >> a really ugly incident involving the biggest u.s. tennis star, serena williams. we'll explain to you how she lost the match and lost her cool. >> pointing fer ining fingers, all that good stuff. >>> and talking about this, hurricane ike, one year ago today. how the city is recovering. also, there's a prayer service this morning. some block parties so people can reunite, get to know each other again, because they were just devastated down there in galveston. some 7 feet of water. it was the third worse hurricane in u.s. history when it came to damage. i'm going to revisit the city and talk to the mayor. >>> also, a year ago, the financial hemorrhaging started. yep, tomorrow president obama will claim the bleeding has stopped. but he's also going to call for more reforms during a speech on wall street. and tonight on "60 minutes," the president says he's not in
has been in the area around kandahar, that's a place very familiar with our michael holmes. he made a return visit just this week. >> reporter: how does that make people feel, here in kandahar? i wanted to see what happened to this place since i left, kandahar, it's the birthplace of the taliban and the capital of the south, the fiercest combat zone. i once lived here, before iraq and after the fall of the taliban. so much has changed here in kandahar. there's new buildings. there's new rides, new tree lines but there's also a new taliban. there's a taliban here that wasn't here just a few years ago, in this city. now lives in the shadows of the taliban. the taliban control neighborhoods here, as this is a taliban neighborhood. these police are from a police station right in the midst of the taliban stronghold. they're very much on the front line, guarding the gates to kandahar. in fact, here in this marketplace, the mood among shopkeepers is anxious. everyone in kandahar is saying the city is surrounded, about this businessman says. there's something like 200 men standing here, go,
are like sherlock holmes. they're like poe's "purloined letter" hidden in plain sight. they can often telegraft big news before most of us know about it. i look at these charts and i think, boy, somebody must know something i don't. maybe they've been talking to senators who just aren't on my rolodex. so tonight we're going off of the charts to figure out what in the heck has happened to health care. first we'll take a look at the technicals and then the hunt is on. the hunt is on to find out what's driving the stocks lower from the fundamental point of view. these are charts that look like they got hit by the ugly tree, got hit by the ugly stick and hit every single branch on the way down. why don't we take a look? first, unh, which my colleague dan fitzpatrick at real money, the paid site thestreet.com, which i'm chairman and our go-to technician for this segment, he says this is the worst chart in the book. that is like saying something. that's like the worst book in the library. it's like the worst fantasy team in my league, which happens to be me. anyway. this is a stock that's b
that tom cruise and katie holmes were fighting in a shocking display of public anger. who really knows? maybe they were fighting and they don't want to own up to it. >> there were people on the set and there were certainly photographers who follow every move that katie holmes and tom cruise make and those photographers really never caught them fighting. those photographers found them sitting in a park relaxing and maybe they weren't smiling as if they were elated, but they certainly weren't angry. so we reached out to everyone and we found out there was no such fight. >> you took on "star" magazine that jessica simpson had reportedly been paid seven figures to write a tell-all book about her boyfriend. >> complete nonsense. she has no desire to write about her past relationships and certainly she's not going to expose this to the world for what was deemed a $5 million pay kay. >> you challenged perez hilton, the gossip blogger for reporting that michael phelps the olympic champion was to blame for a car crash that he was involved in. >> perez in big letters wrote that it was michael ph
overall. there's more enthusiasm among supporters. delegate eleanor holmes norton is expected to hold a town hall here in the district. on thursday, president obama will have to coege park to hold another health care rally. brianne carter, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >>> abc 7 will be taking a closer look at the health-care crisis. join us for "critical condition ." will try to answer many of your questions. >>> house democrats are moving forward with their plan to punish joe wilson. lawmakers will vote on a resolution of disapproval today. this fall's his outburst during the president's speech to congress last week. >>> the entertainment world is mourning the death of actor patrick swayze. the actor died yesterday after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. he became a star back in 1987. he was only 57 years old. >>> clues. to an inside job. police separate annie le was not the victim of a random crime but was targeted. her body was found on sunday. it had been stuffed inside the wall of a laboratory building debt as part of the yale medical school complex. >>> their work federal r
because of mike and "holmes on homes" we have a second child. i'm done? i think you're done, unless you want-- i can't thank you enough. i really can't thank you enough. you're welcome, and you're welcome. my goodness. we can't thank him enough. nope, there's nothing we can do. just looks absolutely gorgeous in here. we made him some lasagna. ♪ adam. you. carlito. bye. good job, man.
back, third and 2. ben roethlisberger, these two, he and santonio holmes were the heroes much in the super bowl. oh! oh! that sends jeff reid out who missed a makable field goal earlier fourth quarter. two?! really? so we stay tied. jeff reid normally pretty darn good, but not on this day. just over three to go.
holmes with a hero in the super bowl. oh, that sends jeff reed out who missed a makable field goal earlier fourth quarter. who? really? we stay tied. jeff reed normally pretty darn good but not on this day. just over 3:00 to go. bears driving, dumped to matt forte. this is a good-looking play. gene harris knocks it loose but greg olsen recovered, now on the ball. 20 seconds ago, we said gold at fort knox, robby is solid gold with a field goal. 44-yard field goal good. and the bears go on to beat the steelers 17-14. bears with a rough early schedule and they faced last week with jay cutler with the four picks and come back against the super bowl champion team that had 10 days off. beat them 17-14. a relieved quarterback. >> means a lot. it means a lot to this team which is a lot of pressure and expectations since i got here and orlando got here and the defense stepped it up. glad to get this one off our back and move on. >> while a chin strap game and a big way to go for chicago because it could have gotten bad. >> well, i think they're so encouraged when jay cutler plays like this
for elisa holmes of portland and her sister karen wildman now living in texas. karen was having problems keeping her hearing aids moisture-free and lisa had problems keeping her nano dry. >> from there we just started checking out various drying methods and ultimately came up with this. >> reporter: tiny beads. >> it's a very high-powered desiccant. >> reporter: that absorb liquid and holds it. took two years of trial and error. >> see-through calculators you get at radio shack, through a glass of water, we would see how much corrosion build ult. >> reporter: it worked but what to call it? >> revive was the first name we came up with. i thought it sounded too much like a vitamin. >> reporter: after much discussion. >> after different spellings, different names, different designs. >> reporter: the sisters decided on beastie bag. >> it literally means it carries water. >> reporter: the beads do all the work. lasts up to a year. place the water-logged device in the bag. >> turn it off, drop it in, leave it in 24 hours. >> reporter: up to 72 hours. no one in the family is left out to dry. >>
the in the super bowl, he is going to mewelde moore and hines ward and it turns out it's holmes and then rodgers is not going to go to jennings, he is going to go to donald lee and guess what happens? >> jennings is always a good choice, you know? i've got to go back and clean up a little bit. i gave a lot of credit to joe philbin for that call. obviously mike mccarthy calling the plays as he did throughout the course of the night and they had a time-out and time to discuss it over there but one of those calls if you don't make that and you end up fourth and one and don't convert, it takes a lot of nerve in this newspaper and internet age to roll the dice like that, but, boy, when it pays off, it sure is fun to watch. >> plenty of fodder in chicago tomorrow. we go to arlington, texas, that is going to be great. giants and cowboys great but especially in that environment. >> that stadium. it's like the eighth wonder of the world down there! they say the scoreboard is right in front of you. it goes 20 yard line to 20 yard line. can't wait to see it. >> see you from arlington,
americans are still skeptical over all. there's more enthusiasm over supporters. eleanor holmes norton will hold a town hall meeting in the district. on thursday, president obama will head to college park for another rally. brianne carter, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >>> house democrats are moving forward with a plan to punish joe wilson. lawmakers will vote on the resolution of disapproval today. this fall's his outburst last week. wilson has already apologized. -- if this follows his outburst last week. >>> fans are mourning the death of patrick swayze. he had a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. he became a star while dancing and "dirty dancing." he was only 57 years old. >>> clues are pointing to an inside job in the killing of a yale university student. annie le's body was found on sunday. her body had been stuck inside a wall of it laboratory building as part of the medical school complex. >>> a federal raid in new york city. fbi agents raided three apartments in queens yesterday after tracking the calls of a man who traveled from pakistan to new york city over the weekend. of
. i'm t.j. holmes. >> we're laboring, you don't have to. thanks tore starting the weekend with us. we're talking about the president, he's not laboring so far. he's at the camp david for a vacation getaway. we're talking this morning, he has a couple of big speeches this week. tuesday there's a lot of controversy surrounding this video address giving in schools. some parents say not so fast, no partisan politics should be taking place in schools. so we'll have to see what shakes out. >> two big speeches and two different audiences. this is the unofficial end to summer. kids going back to school, a lot of doctors not happy to hear it either. it's going to make it easier for swine flu to spread. we're talking to a cdc expert so to whaer what she has to say. they are starting to see more of the disease, more of the swine flu already. >> it's amazing seeing the numbers in school. we're also seeing numbers when it comes to the manufacturing numbers. and i went up to the fashion district, the garment district in manhattan, manufacturing jobs, not a lot of people think of that. it's the patt
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